As someone who flirted with using a home office when I started my CPA firm almost five years ago, I can appreciate ways to be productive in that situation. See this post in The Christian Science Monitor by Dan Rafter for a list of five things to help with home office productivity:
The biggest problem with my home office was two-fold. First it was impossible to sit down with clients at home, so I needed at least a conference room or small office to meet with people. Second and most important, the area used as an office was an extension of our den, where the big TV was. It made working at home just about impossible, so I finally rented an office in an executive suite that I still have. Working at home is great for many, just not for me.
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